Central Vermont Electrolysis
Electrolysis - the one and only choice for Permanent Hair Removal
Marge McGoff, LE, CPE and Jayne Walker, LE
Treatment Areas

About Central Vermont Electrolysis

Central Vermont Electrolysis

Owner Marge McGoff graduated from The Electrology Institue of New England in 1990. She is a Vermont State Licensed Electrologist, a Certified Professional Electrologist, and member of the AEA and AVE. Marge was a past Vice President of the AVE and State Advisor to the Office of Professional Regulations Advisory Board for 10 years during which time she helped to put in place licensing regulations for electrologists and inspection guidelines for electrology offices which include sterilization testing and inspection.

Jayne Walker graduated from The Electrology Institute of New England in 2006 and joined the staff at Central Vermont Electrolysis. She is a Vermont State Licensed Electrologist and a member of the AEA and the AVE.

Central Vermont Electrolysis is pleased to announce that Erica Smith has joined our staff. Erica brings her expertise in both Electrolysis and Laser Technology to our office.This gives our customers the opportunity to determine the most effective method of hair removal to address their personal needs. Erica graduated from The Electrology Institute of New England in Tewksbury, MA, where she was trained on the newest computerized equipment for both Electrolysis and IPL Laser. She is a Vermont State Licensed Electrologist and has received an endorsement issued by the State of Vermont for laser hair removal.

Our staff is dedicated to helping our clients reach their goal of hair free skin which not only improves their self image but gives them the added confidence they deserve.

Apilus II Senior


Central Vermont Electrolysis invests in quality equipment, including the Apilus II Senior, to ensure that your treatment is comfortable, safe, and effective. We use only pre-sterilized, prepackaged disposable probes for your protection.

Locations and Contact Information

Contact information, office locations, and appointment hours are available on our Contact page.


  • Shortwave (Thermolysis)
  • Galvanic
  • Blend


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The Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE) credential signifies that an electrologist's knowledge has been tested and measured against a national standard of excellence. A Certified Professional Electrologist goes above and beyond their initial training. The credential is voluntary and requires continuing education pursuits. Board certification keeps the electrologist aware of changes in the profession and gives them the tools to respond.
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